Suminagashi, often translated to "floating ink", is an ancient Japanese paper marbling technique. Ink is carefully set upon the surface of the water in concentric rings. A slight flow of air or a tiny undulation in the water surface creates ripples or whorls in the ink pattern. Placing a piece of paper on the surface transfers the ink to the paper, revealing a unique and beautiful design.
This is a free workshop. There will be enough supplies and time for participants to make multiple prints. Space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.